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Things hash often describes (“hash ________”)
baz, browns, table, function, partitioning, totals, marks, coding, slinger, oil, house, number, join, code, total, clusters, functions, value, soup, algorithm, tables, sign, mark, houses, based, potatoes, keys, point, seller, partitioned, brownies, sets, files, partitions, rules, key, slingers, windows, tree, buckets, values, consing, size, chain, loops, orders, out, tye, joints, brown, signature, iterators, selectors, constant, constructors, visualization, index, dish, signs, bang, casserole, codes, collisions, window, gravy, indexing, kid, printing

Descriptive words:
corned, way, same, cryptographic, final, complete, good, bit, encrypted, keyed, anonymous, cold, secure, dry, sad, red, terrible, hybrid, nice, awful, mere, real, int, fine, original, black, heavenly, hot, regular, byte, simple, baked, bad, entire, pretty, parallel, fossil, dreadful, empty, strange, smoke, salted, moroccan, unique, worse, fearful, literary, usual, excellent, sore, lebanese, frightful, fat, digital, muckle, perfect, over, delicious, global, roast, bloody, hashtable, correct, range, beastly, verbal, homemade, received, horrible, seasoned

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